115 – 315 Ampere Ring Type Terminal

The C-Series

The C-series can be connected with ring type terminals. Cam switches of the C-series are designed for universal application and may be ideally be used for motor control switches.

This series have easily accessible terminals – even with the switch already mounted. The terminals are accessible either horizontally or vertically.

Catalog 100: C-, CA-, CAD-, L-Switches: 10 A – 2400 A

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C80-6

Thermal Current:
lu/lth [A]: 115

Utilization Category (3 x 380 V – 440 V):
AC-23A [kW]: 45
AC-3 [kW]: 30

Datasheet

C125-6

Thermal Current:
lu/lth [A]: 150

Utilization Category (3 x 380 V – 440 V):
AC-23A [kW]: 75
AC-3 [kW]: 37

Datasheet

C200-4

Thermal Current:
lu/lth [A]: 200

Utilization Category (3 x 380 V – 440 V):
AC-23A [kW]: 75
AC-3 [kW]: 37

Datasheet

C315

A powerful cam switch with ring type terminals which are designed for ampere ratings up to 315 A.

Thermal Current:
lu/lth [A]: 315

Utilization Category (3 x 380 V – 440 V):
AC-23A [kW]: 132
AC-3 [kW]: 55

Datasheet

C316

Also a very powerful cam switch with the same ratings as the C315, except the C316 tolerates insulation voltages up to 1000 V.

Thermal Current:
lu/lth [A]: 315

Utilization Category (3 x 380 V – 440 V):
AC-23A [kW]: 132
AC-3 [kW]: 55

Datasheet

According to IEC 60947-3, EN 60947-3, VDE 0660 part 107.

  • ON/OFF-Switches
  • Double-throw switches
  • Multi-step switches
  • General application switches
  • Series general application switches
  • Series-parallel general application switches
  • Motor switches

Basically the C-series are designed for vertical wiring. Horizontal wiring is available for Panel Mounting and Base Mounting.

Panel Mounting

The Panel Mountings are well used mountings which cover wide application ranges. They consist of two main groups.

  • The two/four hole mountings, which are fixed by (2/4) screws around the center shaft hole.
  • While at the single-hole mountings the shaft hole is used for fixation.

The two/four hole mountings provide several variations which make them fit for all tasks.

Base Mounting

Base Mounting is used to fix a switch at the rear side, therefore it is the commonly used mounting for larger distributing cabinets.
The switch can be mounted at the base panel by two or four screws and also by 'Snap-On'. For this mounting, several door clutches with or without padlock are available.